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Low-Rise Apartment
Harlem, 2103 Frederick Douglass Blvd | New York
Overview
Amenities

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  •  Air Conditioning
  •  Doorman Building
  •  Elevators
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Granite Countertops
  •  Hardwood Floors
  •  Laundry
  •  Parking Available
  •  Pet Friendly
  •  Stainless Steel Appliances

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About this Location

C-Town Supermarket
4 min walk
Central Park
5 min walk
B (metro) - 4 min
2/3 (metro) - 9 min
Lots of bars and
restaurants nearby

Pricing 

  • Building Related

    •  Elevators
  • Kitchen

    •  Dishwasher
    •  Microwave
    •  Refrigerator
    •  Stove & Oven
  • Living Room

    •  Air Conditioning
    •  Hardwood Floors
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The Neighborhood

Signature Spots

dining 31 Recs

BO’s Bagels
Lido
Bad Horse Pizza
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grocery 1 Rec

C-Town Supermarket
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convenience 1 Rec

Rite Aid
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fitness 29 Recs

West Side Taekwondo
Liberated Fitness
Land Yoga
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parks 11 Recs

Morningside Park
Waterfalls in Central Park
Morningside Dog Run
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coffee 17 Recs

Levain Bakery
Cafe Frederick Harlem Parlor
Lee Lee’s Baked Goods
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About Harlem

Harlem's strong sense of community comes from the shared love of music, food, and culture among its residents. It has a rich history as the birthplace for the Harlem Renaissance, where African-American artwork thrived, which led to a subsequent inflow of African-American businesses. Now, the more ge...
Trains
Soul Food
Live Music
Local Pride
125th Street
Cheaper Rents
Cultural Enclave
Median rents in Harlem
Studio
$
2,050
1 Bedroom
$
2,300
2 Bedroom
$
3,400

Getting around Harlem


Parking Near 2103 Eighth Avenue

No parking is available at 2103 Eighth Avenue, but there is parking nearby.
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Harlem Reviews

6 reviews
Close to B, C, and 2, 3 trains. Fairly close to the A and D train as well. Lots of bus lines as well. Difficult to get to Queens or Brooklyn. Easy to get anywhere in Manhattan (TriBeCa is about a 30 minute train ride or less). Great location if you're working in the Bronx. Not a ton of restaurants and bars in close walking distance (10 minutes or less) but more options if you're willing to walk a bit farther (about 20 minutes) or get on subway/bus. Safety is a bit of a concern very late at night (11 and on) if you're by yourself.
Up and coming, with lots of new coffee shops and bars, though still block-by-block in terms of safety.
Definitely up and coming, but a lot of potential. It is also much safer than it was a few years ago and seems to be continuing that trend.
I lived on 116th and St. Nicholas. It's a scruffy neighborhood with colorful characters scattered about, but in general it's clean, friendly and beautiful. Great historical character combined with fairly priced chic and trendy dining make Harlem, south-central Harlem to be specific, a wonderful place to spend a few years. I would gladly raise my kids up there.
- Not close to campus
- New restaurants popping up
- Not a great grocery option yet (though WF moving in soon)
- Cheap rents for nicer apartments
No nearby grocery stores, a lot of trash, not safe area, mice